So now I get to catch up because I didn’t post this last night.
After the memorial we took a short bus ride into the military base to their battleship which they let people tour its decks and the inner rooms of the ship. Now ive been on a cruise ship before, and understand that there needs to be tight spaces, but some of the rooms were just so unbelievably crammed, i couldnt imagine having to bunk like they did for an extended period of time.
From there we went to the aviation museum and saw some of the old planes, copters, and hangers that had been up and around during the attack of Pearl Harbor. Another short bus ride away was a submarine that ha been in use, and we were allowed to go through the inside and along the top deck.
Personally I think I would have died if I had to live in that thing with a hundred other people >_>. There weren’t enough beds for everyone so they had to take shifts and everyone shared sleeping space. On a submarine, there was no arch thing as personal space. And I had thought the battleship was crowded.
This picture was taken through the binoculars at the top of the sub. It had a scope and was aimed to view a battleship off in the distance.